Manila has some of the cheapest beers in the world
One reason behind those mahaba-habang inumans, for sure.
Manila is the 15th cheapest place in the world to buy beer, according to GoEuro, a website that compares bus, train, and flight prices across Europe. Their infographic entitled "Beer Price Index 2015," which tallied the 2015 prices of beer from 75 cities, shows that a 330 mL bottle of beer goes for $0.61 (P28) in the supermarket and $3.94 (P178) in bars. The overall average is $2.28 (P103).
In case you're wondering where the cheapest beers can be bought, it's the city of Krakow in Southern Poland where beers go for $0.62 (P28) in at the supermarket and $2.70 (P122) in bars for an average of $1.66 (P75) per 330 mL of beer.
Meanwhile, the most expensive beer is sold in Geneva, where the average price for beer is $6.32 (P285).
Check out the full list below:
Infographic via Goeuro.com
This story originally appeared on FHM.com.ph; beer image from www.leeabbamonte.com